Anthem by Ayn Rand

By Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand's 1937 vintage is as appropriate now because the day it used to be written. the tale of 2 voters looking their freedom in an absolutely collectivized society, "Anthem" is instantly a stirring love tale, an experience, and a tribute to -- and anthem of -- person liberty. Thought-provoking and encouraging, "Anthem" is however an exhilarating and relaxing publication to read.

This version is copyright-free within the usa yet may well fall less than copyright regulations in convinced different international locations. published for U.S. use basically. distinct Kindle version contains energetic desk of Contents and Author's Foreword.

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It is also an unforgettable paean to friendship. 舠All for one and one for all舡 is more than just a slogan; it is a pledge of support and mutual assistance, of caring and sharing the burdens and the joys of life. Born of conflict舒D舖Artagnan is set to duel each of the three Musketeers舒the relationship the young D舗Artagnan forges with Athos, Porthos, and Aramis is vital to the success of his efforts to recover the diamond studs and to all his other undertakings. His three friends teach him lessons about life, love, dignity, integrity, sacrifice, commitment, and courage, but also about respect, indulgence, compassion, vanity, hypocrisy, and suffering.

There is a generosity of spirit and a wealth of human understanding in this book that will never go out of fashion. It therefore seems appropriate that, in 2002, on the two-hundredth anniversary of his birth, Dumas was reburied in the Pantheon, the monument to and final resting place of some of the foremost contributors to France舗s history and cultural glory. 35 These, together with editions of his novels, plays, and other writings that are once more in print, should lead to a fuller and more richly nuanced understanding of and appreciation for the life and the genius of this multi-talented literary titan.

The next day, Athos舒who believes he recognizes the sapphire ring 舠De Wardes舡 received as a token of affection from Milady舒warns D舗Artagnan to stay away from this woman who could prove to be a dangerous enemy. Writing as De Wardes, D舖Artagnan decides to send Milady an insulting letter. Incensed by its contents, Milady soon summons D舗Artagnan (as himself) to her home and, feigning love for him, asks him to punish De Wardes for her. She also invites D舖Artagnan to an assignation later that night. D舗Artagnan thinks about not returning but changes his mind, believing that, now aware of Milady舗s duplicitous character, he will not be deceived by her wiles.

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